ALD announces $50M funding following HUB Security merger

If your Australasian critical infrastructure needs securing, get in touch. Recently merged ALD announced a 50 million USD investment round, based on a 146 million USD valuation from leading institutional investors following its merger announcement with Hub Security, LTD.(”HUB”) Upon completion of the merger, HUB shareholders will hold 51%  of the new company (NewCo). TheContinue reading “ALD announces $50M funding following HUB Security merger”

Israeli Technology Advancements To Combat Global Climate Change

2020’s record heatwaves and storms confirm what scientists have long predicted: climate change is well underway and threatens unparalleled destruction. The scarcity of water being a foremost concern for the future, it is vital we have affordable technology solutions for clean drinking water as well as means of removing pollutants from existing water sources. TheContinue reading “Israeli Technology Advancements To Combat Global Climate Change”

Five Israeli Startups make it to the World Economic Forum Tech Pioneers List

The World Economic Forum have selected five Israeli companies for its 2021 list of 100 Technology Pioneers  from six continents that are “poised to have a significant impact on business and society.”[1] The Israeli early growth stage companies represented are involved in diverse fields including AI, cleantech, cyber security, digital health and agriculture. CropX, MDClone,Continue reading “Five Israeli Startups make it to the World Economic Forum Tech Pioneers List”

Israeli Company Telling Porkies – Is It Kosher?

Cell-Cultured Pork Next on the Menu for Israel’s MeaTech 3D Israeli cell-cultured startup MeaTech 3D Ltd. has revealed plans to develop cultivated pork. The first cell-cultured meat company to be publicly listed has expanded R&D activities to focus on cell lines and technologies for future mass production of slaughter-free pork, alongside its current lines of beef and chicken. Continue reading “Israeli Company Telling Porkies – Is It Kosher?”

Cybint, Academy IT Announce Partnership to Offer Cybersecurity Bootcamp Options in Australia

Through this partnership, Cybint and Academy IT will provide in-person and online cybersecurity training for workforce development to students through Australia. ADELAIDE SA, Australia, June 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Cybint, a global cyber education training company, partners with Academy IT, a technical training provider in South Australia, to offer the Cybint Cybersecurity Bootcamp online and in-person beginning September 2021, to usher inContinue reading “Cybint, Academy IT Announce Partnership to Offer Cybersecurity Bootcamp Options in Australia”

Cyber Reinsurance Rates Rocket at July Renewals

Ransom laws are murky from country to country. Before considering if you would pay, or not, sign up to Cyber Week 2021 and see the best-of-the-best Israeli cyber tech that could work for your business. Cyber Week 2021 (b2b-wizard.com) LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) – Global cyber reinsurance rates have soared by up to 40% inContinue reading “Cyber Reinsurance Rates Rocket at July Renewals”

World’s first lab-grown meat factory opens in Israel

A revolutionary “lab grown” meat factory has opened in Israel, and will use animal cells to produce chicken, beef, lamb and pork products. The world’s first “slaughter-free” meat factory has opened in Israel as part of a food revolution aimed at finding more environmentally friendly ways of feeding the global population. The revolutionary factory hasContinue reading “World’s first lab-grown meat factory opens in Israel”

Israel is Helping to Drive the Evolution of Urban Mobility

In writing about almost any topic over the last sixteen months or so, it has been nearly unavoidable not to relate to the global Covid pandemic and this includes the subject of urban mobility. As the impact of various lockdowns around the world took effect and human activity was curtailed, various data showed massive decreasesContinue reading “Israel is Helping to Drive the Evolution of Urban Mobility”

The Future of Healthcare – Where Do We Go From Here?

As we watch the ‘era of the mask’ come to an end, we stand poised, eagerly awaiting and welcoming the turning of a new page. This next chapter, one whose approach crests the horizon and comes ever so quickly, ushers us forward with its siren-like song, relinquishing our yearning for intimate contact only recalled byContinue reading “The Future of Healthcare – Where Do We Go From Here?”